Jobs and training await as partners work to educate people of opportunities
01.26.2014 | By
The Houston region is a prime area for increased employment. Growth of the petrochemical industry, a retiring workforce, and training programs are a driver for economic growth and employment opportunity.
College to host concert by noted musician, conductor
01.21.2014 | By
The free concert is open to the public and will be performed on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m.
Get fit, have fun, enrich your life through Life Long Learning
01.21.2014 | By
Enrollment as a student at the College is not required to take Life Long Learning classes
San Jacinto College film contest open to high school students, local film artists
01.16.2014 | By Rob Vanya
All creation must occur within a 52-hour contest period
Girl Scouts attend San Jacinto ‘Cookie College’
01.16.2014 | By Andrea Vasquez
San Jacinto College hosted nearly 130 Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council for the Girl Scout “Cookie College” event.
Chase and San Jacinto College to bring petrochemical focus to high school students
01.16.2014 | By
Chase and San Jacinto College are partnering up to inform thousands of high school students about the clear-cut pathways to jobs within the petrochemical industry.
Career Glance: Starting off on water as a deckhand
01.09.2014 | By
When José Tamayo and Calvin Aubry step foot onto the deck of the Galveston Island Ferry, they can be in for a long day as deckhands. But as they both see it, what's better than a day out on the water?
Open auditions set for musical comedy ‘Young Frankenstein’
01.02.2014 | By
See a dancing laboratory experiment in the largest tuxedo ever made
Student-faculty team tests acoustic flame suppression aboard NASA’s ‘Weightless Wonder’
12.29.2013 | By
"San Jacinto College students and faculty were absolutely brilliant"
Astronauts stay fit in space thanks to San Jacinto College alum
12.18.2013 | By Andrea Vasquez
Many shoot for the stars, but Craig Tyer quite literally saw his efforts make it into space - a beginning that started with an associate degree from San Jacinto College.
La Porte fire truck goes to new home at San Jacinto College
12.17.2013 | By
Like an infamous cinematic line, the City of La Porte recently made an offer San Jacinto College just could not refuse.
Piper Professor nominees recognized for outstanding work
12.17.2013 | By Andrea Vasquez
San Jacinto College has named Cristina Cárdenas, Cindra Daniels, and Tammy Miller as the 2014 Minnie Stevens Piper Professor award nominees.
San Jacinto College flag presented to Jackson Intermediate School
12.16.2013 | By Jeannie Peng-Armao
Representatives from San Jacinto College recently visited Jackson Intermediate School to inform families of the admission processes for the Pasadena Early College High School.
Starting over: San Jacinto College gives veteran students a second chance
12.16.2013 | By Andrea Vasquez
For veterans re-entering the educational realm, their student success often accelerates with a stable network of friends, family, and mentors encouraging them to complete their degree.
New allied health facilities put to the test during simulated exercises
12.11.2013 | By
Scenarios involved students in every allied health area of study
Companies looking for drafters visit San Jacinto College to interview candidates
12.11.2013 | By
Companies hiring drafters are turning to San Jacinto College for their applicants, and not just by calling, but also by visiting students in their classroom for on-site interviews.
Lubrizol donates to provide 32 students with scholarships in technical education
12.09.2013 | By
Lubrizol recently awarded scholarships to 32 San Jacinto College students training in a variety of technical education fields.